PROVEN extreme disinterest.
Originally Posted by patriot12
PROVEN felony child abuse of one of the children.
Is he ordered to?
The father does not pay child support,
And so he must actually BE passing/taking those, right?
is an alcoholic (he must take a breathalizer before he can pick them up from the supervisors),
What you believe is irrelevant.
and had a massive seizure this past weekend just before he was about to take the kids to the store in his car (which I believe is from alcohol withdrawal
That's not 'beating the system' that's 'following the court order'.
It seems he will stop drinking a day or two before the visitation to try and beat the system.
Well, driving/being a passenger is inherently dangerous.
My kids are in danger every time they get in the car with him.
That's because he has a constitutional right to be a bad parent.
He never shows up for the court dates and the judge always seems to give him rights to the kids.
That's the 'benefit' of being the CP.
Why am I always stuck following the rules and he can do whatever he pleases.
In short... no.
I want to protect them, but the judge doesn't seem to care about his history of alcoholism, seizures and jail time for aggrevated DUI. Is it possible to have this deadbeat dad's rights removed? Any advice is appreciated. Thank You.
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